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capable

adjective
 
 
/ˈkeɪpəbl/
B2 able to do things effectively and achieve results
yeterli, güçlü, muktedir
She's a very capable young woman.Skilled, talented and able
capable of sth/doing sth B2 having the ability or qualities to be able to do something
bir şeye, şeyi yapmaya muktedir ve gücü olan, yeterli olan
She was capable of great cruelty. →  Opposite incapable Skilled, talented and able
Translations of “capable”
in Arabic قادِر عَلى…
in Korean 유능한…
in Malaysian berkebolehan, mampu…
in French capable, capable (de)…
in Italian capace…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有能力的, 熟練的, 能幹的…
in Russian способный…
in Polish zdolny…
in Vietnamese có năng lực, có khả năng…
in Spanish capaz, competente…
in Portuguese capaz…
in Thai ที่ทำได้ดี, ที่สามารถทำได้…
in German tüchtig, imstande sein…
in Catalan capaç…
in Japanese 有能な…
in Indonesian cakap, bisa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有能力的, 熟练的, 能干的…
(Definition of capable from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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